Turbo Assembler is a programming language created in 1989. Turbo Assembler (TASM) is a computer assembler (software for program development) developed by Borland which runs on and produces code for 16- or 32-bit x86 DOS or Microsoft Windows. It can be used with Borland's high-level language compilers, such as Turbo Pascal, Turbo Basic, Turbo C and Turbo C++. The Turbo Assembler package is bundled with the Turbo Linker, and is interoperable with the Turbo Debugger. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the Turbo Assembler wikipedia page
- Turbo Assembler first appeared in 1989
- See also: x86-isa, turbo-pascal, turbo-basic, microsoft-macro-assembler
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.model small .stack 100h .data msg db "Merry Christmas!",'$' .code main proc mov ds, ax mov dx, offset msg mov ah, 9 int 21h mov ax, 4c00h int 21h main endp end main
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